If you’re newly engaged and find yourself overwhelmed by questions from family and friends and the sheer amount of things that have to be done for a wedding, from getting a reception venue to finding a photographer; this blog series is for you.
With this blog series, I’m going to show you how social media can make finding the perfect wedding dress, the right photographer and the best ceremony and reception venues-easier and quicker. Not only that, social media can add a creative marketing flair to your wedding, including helping you discover how DIY elements can give your wedding a unique individual flair not seen anywhere else.
For example, did you know that by using social media to help plan your wedding you can:
-Ask other engaged couples for help, all over the world-no matter what time it is?
-Have a mobile message board & community to inform & converse with guests always on hand
-Find unique and never before seen items and ideas from individualized rings (complete with fingerprints) to DIY centerpieces
-Find a reliable, affordable, unique and fun solution to an expensive DJ or live band
-Discover fun ideas for your first dance and for your vows.
-Always keep your wedding budget (including graphs of how much you’ve allocated to each element of the wedding) in the palm of your hand.
-Curate any and all information (such as flights, hotels & city attractions) for your out-of-town guests to have while they’re on the go
-Grab the expertise from top wedding blogs and incorporate them into your private, online inspiration board
-Keep all you wedding related tasks organized and synced to all of your social media profiles
-Find the perfect venue for your ceremony and reception, no matter how quirky and how big the guest list
For the next 8 weeks, I’ll be showing you how to use social media to do all of these things for your wedding and more.
First up, Day 1: How to Use Social Media to Leverage Your Wedding Planning: Finding Your Ceremony Venue.
In the meantime, check out this awesome slideshow on a few important questions you should be asking about weddings.
Yours in Wedding Planning,